Re: PF members exhibit on 14-01-12

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Given there are absolutely no aesthetic absolutes by which to measure
any given work of art--or photographic image--reactions either
positive or negative are merely expressions of personal preference.
Mine are worth from .01 to .02 Euro so obviously nobody should pay too
much attention to them.

On 1/15/12, YGelmanPhoto <ygelmanphoto@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> John, I'm not sure exactly how you mean "leaves me cold" since it can
> be taken a successful projection of the cold day from me to you, or as
> an emotional emptiness where I did not connect with you.
>
> With images like these, it is said, people either really like them or
> hate them.  But your comment and my reply raises another question: how
> much of art is emotional?  When I came on the scene before the two
> people came, I was struck by the intensity of the light and its play
> on the stones and other objects.  When the two people came, their
> silhouettes and shadows were additional objects playing with the
> light.  That's why I snapped it.
>
>    -yoram
>
>
> On Jan 15, 2012, at 5:33 AM, John Palcewski wrote:
>
>>
>> Yoram Gelman - Winter Walk    I'm very familar with and deeply love
>> Central Park in all seasons, but  for some reason I can't quite
>> articulate, this representation leaves me cold.
>>
>>
>> On 1/14/12, Andrew Davidhazy <andpph@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> The PhotoForum members' gallery/exhibit space was updated JAN 14,
>>> 2012.
>>> Authors with work now on display at:
>>> http://people.rit.edu/andpph/gallery.html include:
>>>
>
>



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